Samsung U620 Reviews

MobileBurn reviews the Samsung U620 and writes, “The SCH-U620’s design may be a bit dated, being based upon a device that was launched 2 years ago, but it still is quite functional. It just lacks a bit of the fashion flair seen with many newer designs, including LG’s competing VX9400. None the less, with the exception of the screen glare, there is little to complain about. The TV service that Verizon and Qualcomm, the developer of MediaFLO, are offering is quite good. You can watch real TV channels with stereo sound and all of the program information that you would get from any digital cable TV service in your living room. The display is a bit small, perhaps, but this helps keep the phone very pocketable. So is mobile TV going to be the “next big thing” in mobile phones? I highly doubt it. But with that said, I think it would be a great thing for somebody that spends a lot of time on public transportation or sitting around with a lot of time to kill while away from home. The SCH-U620 is a solid phone, and I give it a “Recommended” rating.”

LaptopMag has a review of the Samsung U620 and writes, “This lacklustre comparison also extends to the camera images, which appeared bleached and lacked the accurate colours rendered by the LG. You’ll also have to stand much further back from your subject to squeeze it all into the frame. Although there’s a ten-step digital zoom, the image barely seems to grow. … If you’re set on using a Samsung phone, you won’t be unhappy with the SCH-u620, but if you can spend $50 more, the LG VX9400 will make you much happier.”

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